For Our Currently Enrolled Families
Thanks for being a part of our community! This page is updated frequently for you.
Want to download your song collection?
Your download code is inside the front cover of your songbook.
Make an account in ONE of the two places below. Your account info will then be used for BOTH of these places. Once you enter your code to download your music, it will appear in both places:
Your enrollment gives you access to the Family Music Zone™. Download this session's songs, view a digital copy of your songbook, download a PDF of the music notation for all the songs, get new activities to try at home, see some cool videos, and learn more about your child’s music development.
Click the link above to learn more, and to get the "Hello Everybody" app from Apple or GooglePlay.
Once you have the app, click here for some
step-by-step instructions on how to get started.
To use your family's code on more than one device, everyone must use the same account information
(login and password).
Make-ups must be scheduled in advance; please don’t just drop by. You may do make-ups in any class location.
Try to get your make-ups early in the session if possible - don’t wait until the end!
There is no need to tell us of an absence the morning of the missed day, if an unforeseen situation has come up.
You can do a make-up in advance of the absence if you know in advance you’ll be missing a class. Notify Dena first of your known upcoming absence (by using the ‘contact us’ button on this website).
3 make-ups are allowed per child on a space-available basis. Classes must be made up in this fall session.
Please choose a separate make-up slot for each child, if you can (read the make-up scheduler's home page regarding 2 children).
To schedule a make-up you can either:
Use the make-up scheduler. Choose to create an account or schedule without an account before entering the access code.
If you can’t get online, you can call Dena to request a make-up. Her phone number is in the packet you received the first day, or use the Contact button on this website to request that she call you!
Please don't e-mail us for a makeup!
Enrolled Families, who should you contact when?
♥ Dena, our Administrative Assistant, takes care of makeups, and she can handle all your needs around making up missed classes. Please read the pages in your packet, the early-session e-mail, or right here on this page to familiarize yourself with the makeup process.
♥ I (Ginger) usually have office hours on Monday and Thursday AM. If you call/e-mail me a different day, I'll try to get right back to you, but I'll most likely reply on Monday or Thursday. I'm here to answer any non-makeup-related questions that aren't covered on the FAQ page or in your music packet. Please look in those places for your answers first. Also, please direct all make-up questions to Dena instead of Ginger. Thanks!
for spring is all finished now...
If you missed the priority period, don't worry!
Open registration begins March 2.
There will still be a lot of spots.
We hope you'll
Welcome! Keep listening to, and playing with your music after our session ends. We hope you're loving watching your child interact with the music!
To download your music digitally, see the
peach-colored box all about downloading!
Winter Scheduled dates:
Winter session is NINE weeks long. All classes start the week of January 6 and end the week of March 2, except for*
Attention Monday classes:
Classes WILL be held on all the winter Monday holidays. It's a chance to bring spouses and siblings who otherwise can't come!
*Re-scheduled make-up dates for canceled classes:
Monday classes: The last day = Monday, March 9, due to the canceled class on Feb. 10.
Tuesday classes: The last day = Tuesday, March 10, due to the canceled class on Feb. 11.
Wednesday classes: The last day = Wednesday, March 11, due to the canceled class on Feb. 5.
Guitar for Grown-ups class will be extended to Thursday, March 12, due to the canceled class on Jan. 30.
Thursday class: The last day = Thursday, March 12, due to the canceled class on Feb. 13.
Friday Generations class: The last day = Friday, March 13, due to the canceled class on Feb. 14.
Thursday classes: The last day = Thursday, March 12, due to the canceled class on Feb. 20.
Friday classes: The last day = Friday, March 13, due to the canceled class on Feb. 21.
Other stuff to know:
Did you know? On the Hello Everybody app: There's a page called "Let's Play" where you can download the sheet music for all the songs, see fun videos, get craft ideas, and share other song collection fun with your children.
NEW! Do you play piano, guitar, or another instrument? Musical notation books are now available in all locations! Ask your teacher if you want the full musical notation for the current song collection in booklet form, rather than only on the digital file you already have with your download code.
For your Family's Delight: watch THIS!
The "Love Song of Kangding" from Sticks Collection, sung at the Music Together Annual Conference, May 2018, by MT teachers and directors from China and Taiwan! Playing guitar is our own "Uncle Gerry" Dignan, who sings on all the Music Together recordings. Enjoy! Share with your children!
February 14th is International Book Giving Day! To honor this, Music Together is offering 30% off the FANTASTIC Singalong Storybooks!
Give your little Valentines delightful interactive books at this great price! The offer is good through March 31. Look below for how to get them!
More about Singalong Storybooks below!
How to get them and share them with your child...
Have you seen these beautiful Singalong Storybooks in your classroom? I wish they had these when my son was small! With these books you can share some of your child's favorite songs in a different and very meaningful way. You can order them online!
Click on the books below to go to the Music Together online store.
Music Together's wonderful CEO,
Susan Darrow, has some tips on how to use these books musically with your child.
Dear Grown-ups, remember...
Your role in your child's journey of music development is essential! Young children learn through play and experimentation and by watching and listening to the grown-ups they love. Setting an example as an enthusiastic participator in music activities is the best thing any parent or caregiver can do to help a child on the road to a lifelong love of music.
We hope you love the music and listen to the collection frequently with your child, so you can learn and share the songs.
You don't need to have music skills — just a desire to play and have fun with your child! We hope you'll find our classes to have a safe atmosphere so you can happily join in, experiment, or even get silly—and feel closer to your child while doing so.
Wiggling, singing, and laughing with your child is so much fun, it's easy to forget how much learning is taking place!